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A funny memory....

friend2animals
August 8th, 2009, 03:17 PM
Hi all,

This has not happened recently, but continues to put a huge smile on my face when I think of it...:D

About 5 years ago, my dog and I were settling in for the night, and were drifting off to sleep, when, after about 1 hour, my girl suddenly jolts out of her slumber and begins to sniff around anxiously. I mean, she literally jumped to her feet! I didn't hear anything unusual that might of caused her to be alarmed...

"What is it, what is it, girl"... I asked. Well, I had my answer. She had farted - a silent suzie (as it has been referred to), and had actually woken herself up :sleepy:
Awwww, the poor thing. She looked so dazed and confused, and I couldn't help but laugh a little - one of the most natural bodily functions in the world had spooked my dog...

PS. I hope this translates well - as visual humour sometimes fails to on the internet. It really was funny as well as endearing:lovestruck:

Too bad I don't have any pics of this

growler~GateKeeper
August 9th, 2009, 01:19 AM
Cute story :D

I've noticed quite a few dogs are surprised by their own passing of wind, even more so with the noisy ones :laughing: :dog:

rainbow
August 9th, 2009, 01:25 AM
LOL, Chase is guilty of that and it's hilarious to watch him turn his head around and look at his butt with a shocked look on his face. :laughing:

edwina
August 9th, 2009, 01:36 AM
My sister used to have a husky that would fart and then stick his head under the couch. :laughing: Yes they were that bad. :laughing:

friend2animals
August 9th, 2009, 10:21 AM
LOL LOL.... Awww, that's good visual humour - a dog that sticks its head under the couch after farting:D I wonder if its a Husky thing:lovestruck:

Just a note to everyone: I used the term "fart" because I felt it would translate better in the humor category - it would pack a greater punch, so to speak.
I hope I have not offended anyone. If I have - :sorry:

14+kitties
August 9th, 2009, 10:39 AM
Our black labx doesn't even bother shifting even a little bit when she does that. She's so used to it the only one it fazes is the rest of us. :yuck: